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Apr 23rd, 2012 4:08 PM #1
North Korea (again) vows 'unprecedented' action against SouthNorth Korea has warned of "unprecedented" action against South Korea's ruling establishment, amid tough rhetoric between the two sides.
A special operation to begin "soon" would "reduce its target to ashes", the military said in a statement.
Any thoughts on this? More sabre rattling? This all coming just afterChina's most senior foreign diplomat, Dai Bingguo, told North Korean visiting official Kim Yong-il that it would "push friendly and co-operative China-North Korean relations to a new level"
Or is it just me?
Apr 24th, 2012 11:44 AM #2
I love how reporters use the word: 'vow'.
It's like; what's that? Ohh, you mean a promise or an assurement? This isn't The Marvel Universe.
NK waits for Winter to wane, then basically sabre-rattles the rest of the year. That's their MO. SK has a lovely assortment of Hyunmoo 3 cruise-missiles aimed at the North, who can't even launch a missile correctly. The kids-at-the-end-of-my-street forgot more about rocket-technology than NK will ever dream of acquiring.
Apr 25th, 2012 7:04 AM #3
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Its just the new leader for life proving to its generals that he has the guts. While continuing the old N.Korean tradition of blackmailing the world with superweapons for food aid.
And North Korea actually already succesfully launched a missile over Japan a couple of years back. So I would not say that their missle program is harmless.
Apr 25th, 2012 7:58 AM #4
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